I'm wondering if anyone has figured out a way to make VSCO profiles & Lightroom Classic CC/ACR work with newer cameras that have yet to be updated by VSCO? Especially given the near-discontinuation of VSCO I think many would be interested in finding a workaround for this. I've tried a number of different things but no luck.
To be clear my problem isn't with presets but rather the VSCO camera profiles.
Things I've tried:
1. renaming copies of existing VSCO Nikon profiles with the name of the new camera (i.e. Nikon d810>>>Nikon Z7 & Nikon d810>>>Nikon Z 7)
2. Importing profiles via the dialogs in Lightroom Classic CC and ACR in PS CC 2019
3. deleting the Index.dat file in the CameraProfiles folder
4. Moving profiles from CameraProfiles into the CameraSettings folder
Incidentally, I'm on a Mac running LR Classic CC 8.1. I'm specifically working with Nikon Z 7 files but I imagine that the solution would be essentially the same for any given camera.
Thanks in advance.
Do you mean that when you use them they fail. Or do you mean you cannot find them?
Not being a holder of any VSCO products, I went and visited their website. I see they are discontinuing desktop products, focusing on the Mobile market. (VSCO Film Discontinued FAQ – The VSCO Help Center )
I also see, or perhaps better to see no way to download any presets be the profile or develop. Neither free nor paid. Apparently if you previously paid, a way exists to get them before they go away completly.
I also see, that these profile presets are in fact camera specific and camera matching (from the article about discontinuing I think).
So you may be SOL???
Got a way just did it right now.
So we'll have multiple camera profiles for every camera.
Extract Nikon D90 profiles, everyone of them, make a copy of those somewhere.
Rename them from D90 to Z6 for your convenience (this step has nothing to do with the end result).
Download a hex code editor( I am using Frhed on windows)
Open 1 profile at a time, change the name from D90 to Z 6 (Z 'space' 6).
Refer this video and you'll get the idea.
NOTE: Make sure you replace 'D','9'&(0) in D90 with 'Z','space'&'6' for Z 6
Thank me later.
I am having the same problem as i shot with a newer body this weekensd. My D4s can use my VSCO presets no problem, my Nikonz6ii wont play them and it says "profile missing". But i wont to keep using them for the d4s a well, so do i just copy and make a new one?
I have the same problems as you with my Nikon Z6.
Have you found a solution to get the camera profiles for Nikon Z7 or Z6 for the VSCO presets?
Thanks in advance.
same! Help, lol. my d4s reads them no problem, the new Z6 does not.
Same happens for me with the Sony a6300. Have you been able to find a solution for this?
This worked for me. I have edited a Z7 raw, which I downloaded as I do not have Z7 🙂
Just used a d750 profile and replaced the line `d750` with `Z 7 `- important to put a space between and after. Worked like a charm. I assume it will work for Z6 as well.
Great find there, thanks for this. I've tried this for my NIKON Z7 II using both with and without a space "Nikon Z 7_2" and "Nikon Z 7_2 "
Do you have any clues as to what I might be doing wrong?
LrC, only added support for the Z6 ii and Z7 ii, in version 10.1.
I hve the latest update for lightroom so no problem with RAW files from my Z7 ii.
As above I'm trying to figure out how to hack the VSCO presets so that they apply camera profiles to the Z7 ii files. I've followed the youtube video posted but it doesn't seem to work. Do you know the camera identification lightroom uses for the Z72? I think it's "Nikon Z 7_2"
No idea I am not a Nikon user.
Thanks for this. I still can't seem to get this working tho. I can get it going with Z7 files but not the Z72. I think I've tried every combination I think! Thanks for your help.
just in case anyone else comes here looking for this, I believe there is special code for indicating the "2" or "ii" part of the camera profile. It's code for the letters "ii" and not the number 2.
In the video right around 5:05 he talks about the code for "iii" and that info may very well be helpful for sorting out that issue for you too.
Hi, it works also, I have tried just now.
You need to write exactly:
"Nikon Z 7 2"
"Nikon Z 6 2"
works like a charm
Did you add the "." after Nikon Z 7 2? (Like, Nikon Z 7 2.#)
I think I tried all of the combos to make this work - I actually gave up and have adjusted my presets to use the abobe profiles but I'll give this a go.
Hey! I'm in this very same situation right now, I'm also perplexed by the amount of spaces *after* the full camera name, as well as the value of spaces IN the camera name having different values in the editor. Has anyone spotted that?
Hi there !
Thank you so much for your help since I have the same problem (have a new Z7 II instead of Z7 and the profiles of VSCO are missing). Unfortunately, my files are not located or displayed the same as on the video and I can't seem to find the name of the camera in the HEX nor in text edit, like I have no camera profile there. Any idea ? I'm getting crazy to find a way ! thanks a lot !
Hey ! I have the EXACT same problem as you, with my Nikon Z7II. No way to make what's said in the video work. Did you find out anything ? I'm so desperate since my whole workflow was based on this... thank you so much !!
I made it work with my Nikon Z6 ii
I replaced "Nikon D750" by "Nikon Z 6 2"
and then (!) i deleted one "." after "Nikon Z 6 2"
Did you get it to work? I am having the same problem as i shot with a newer body this weekensd. My D4s can use my VSCO presets no problem, my Nikonz6ii wont play them and it says "profile missing"
I found a new way that also works for editing camera names further than just editing a "3" to a "4" with no hassle:
This is for MAC:
1. download dcpTool from app store (its 9.99USD but worth the effect imo)
2. put all the dcps from older camera (in my case GFX50S) into a new folder
3. dcpTool batch generates decompiled versions of the dcp files as .xml files in the same folder
4. delete the "old" .dcp files
5. open the .xml with Dreamweaver or even texteditor, find this field:
<UniqueCameraModelRestriction>Fujifilm GFX 50S</UniqueCameraModelRestriction>
here you can just change the text (in my case to >Fujifilm GFX 50S II<)
6. recompile the .xml to .dcp with dcpTools again
7. put the newly compiled .xml in your cameraraw/cameraprofiles folder and you're golden
Also: if you're unsure what the accurate text for you camera model is, just find a .dcp for your camera in the "Adobe Standard" subfolder of CameraProfiles and decompile it as well to take a look at its xml and the text field of UniqueCameraModelRestriction